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Topic - Roberto Martínez
"It was the perfect way to sign off the season," said Everton manager Roberto Martinez. "I thought today was a test for us, in many ways because of the high standards we have set. It's been a terrific season and I don't think this group of players know how to perform in any other way."
"I thought we were devastating on the counter attack," said Martinez, who revealed that his game plan was to let United have the most of the possession. "If anything, we should have scored more."